It’s the middle of summer, and we’ve just had a massive heatwave across most of Europe, so I figured it’s about time to talk about that great big ball of fire that is the source of all life, and the kryptonite to dermatologists everywhere. There is a lot of misinformation and scaremongering about the sun. … More Why it’s better to be a sun worshipper
I recently wrote a blog about the negative impacts of plastics on health, where I mentioned that many personal care products (creams, shampoos, shower gels etc) have plastics in them which cause health issues. Today, I’m going to delve a little deeper into the contents of the things many people slather on their bodies every … More What’s wrong with your personal care products?
Over the counter painkillers are some of the most commonly used medications, and have been used by most people at some point in time. While it’s wonderful we have options for pain relief when pain is too strong to be managed by natural methods, these medications don’t come without side effects (like all medications do). … More Tips to mitigate side effects of over-the-counter painkillers
I just wanted to rave about this eyesight improving program, that allowed me to drop my glasses prescription by 0.5 diopters at my last optometrist visit! How on earth did I manage this, you ask? Well none other than the End Myopia program. I discovered this a few years ago, as quite frankly, having terrible eyesight is … More End Myopia – a programme to reverse bad eyesight
Happy new year readers! It’s been a busy but wonderful holiday period, and I’m now looking forward to some calm and quiet this January. For me, the start of the new year brings a lot of contemplation and drive to outline my goals and values for the year as well as starting to make the … More Make your new years resolutions stick
I read this powerful article the other week on dropping sperm counts, and needless to say, it’s both shocking and sobering. Please go read it! Essentially, average sperm counts in men have halved in approximately the last 40 years, as shown by rigorous systematic reviews. Unless something is done to halt the decline, human men … More Plastic, male infertility and what to do about it
Well…I managed to go ages without posting anything again. I blame the new job mostly; I have officially started the GP training programme, the next step to being the functional medicine doctor I aspire to be! Working in the sexual health clinic which has been busy, in addition to a hectic summer! I’ve been thinking … More The Deprivation mindset